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a gun to school in montgomery county. news4's keith russell is at the live desk with the details. >> pat, around 8:00 this morning, 17-year-old student octavio estevez was seen in rockville. he wasn't supposed to be on the property today. he was asked to leave. once he was refused, he was arrested for trespassing. a 22 caliber handgun was discovered in his backpack. no bullets found with the weapon and no one was hurt. he's charged with possession of a weapon school property and other weapon related charges. live in the newsroom, keith russell, news4. >>> in just about an hour, president obama and the first family will flip a switch on the national christmas tree. >> crowds are starting to gather at the ellipse right now. megan mcgrath checked out the events leading up to tonight's big ceremony. >> reporter: one final rehearsal before the big show. among the star-studded lineup, "american idol" winner phillip phillips. also performing, the fray. singer isaac fray said he was stunned when president barack obama first approached him about coming to washington. >> i was here for an event, a
. who doesn't care about children. so very much shifted the tone. i think the recall of russell pierce sent a signal to a lot of elect republicans in arizona that if you continue to march down the road of scapegoating latino voters they can turn out and vote you out of office, as we saw of russell pierce who. who was the author of sb10700? do we know anything about the votes in the that election. >> what i'm hearing from people who are active in mobilizing latino voters, they did break records in terms of getting more latinos registered. there was a 40% increase in the number of latinos registered from 2008 to 2012. and, of course, that results in more latinos turning out for the vote. so one this thing these activists did was educate latino voters, educationing them on how to vote and how to vote in arizona because we have a mail-in ballot process and a voter i.d. law in place so a lot of organizations were educate latino voters, it may be easier to sign up on the mail-in list so you don't have to deal with identification if you don't have the proper i.d. and choose to vote in person.
morning, everyone. welcome to "news4 midday." i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it is monday, december 17th, 2012. >>> police are asking for privacy for the families of two young victims. from sandy hook elementary school who will be laid to rest today. police held a briefing a little over an hour ago promising to learn everything they could about the gunman and the guns used in the quiet town of newtown that left 20 children and six adults dead. >> reporter: four days after this shooting the school and shooter's home remain a crime scene. police say they have recovered a significant amount of everybody from both locations that could help them piece together a motive. police are also now confirming that there was actually a second victim who survived that shooting and is recovering. l police saying if not for the first responders, this shooting could have been so much worse. >> i can tell you that the faculty and staff in that school did everything that they possibly could to protect those children. i can tell you that the first responders that got to that sceneh shooter tea
by russell crowe in the movie, "glad yator." his character caught to keep the bar bearians at bay in the arena. more than 1,500 years ago rome fell to the barbarians. today in this age of euro zone austerity, the stunning remains of that great empire and artifacts at this site are under threat from what some might say are barbarians of another kind, cost-cutting accountants and the budget/ing bauer row accurates. in the past two years the budget to maintain the sites has been cut by at least 20%. as a result, some sites have been closed and projects cancel canceled. the coliseum will remain open, but some ancient treasures may literally be buried. he worked for several years at the gladiator's tomb. if funds around found, it will be recovered with dirt. >> translator: the most logical thing to do is to bury it again, she says he. it will be up to our grandchildren to decide whether that will be temporary or permanent. >> reporter: russell crowe has joined the fight to keep the site open telling an italian newspaper italy must be a leading in preserving ancient heritage. an online
about you, i haven't had to buy any, but when russell was beat up and he was in the hospital and then we had to buy drugs for him, afterwards, i mean, they went into hundreds of dollars. >> ken: absolutely, and some people take better care of their cars and their boats than they do their own body and their own health. and it's really about prevention and the whole healthcare system today is looking more at prevention as opposed to correction. omega xl offers hope, it really works. >> it really works. >> you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. >> i think i better take one right now-- do you want one? have you had one today? >> rebekah: i've had mine, thank you. >> you've had yours? everybody had theirs? well, i haven't had mine, so here's mine. we'll be replaying this program, but i just want you to know that if you'd like to have one of these, please go to your phone. there's still phone partners here to answer your call. so we're asking you to go to your phone-- make that call. [♪...] >> announcer: th
to william kennedy's and richard russo's and russell bay in their peter goldenson judy barnes. they do love their local authors than they do support local authors. but they are very purchased grouper readers. one of the real calling cards here is our staff section. we are all voracious readers. people come in and have a certain amount of money to spend, a certain amount of time to devote to reading and they don't really want to spend a lot of time taking a gamble on a book that they might not like. so at the section they go to immediately to find books that day like that marquee read or julia brad or susan taylor met. then they come back and say i like her selection but i want to read another book like the one i just read. susan taylor is the one to guide me. so it's our communication with the readers that come in here is very intimate. we know what they like and they know what we like. they used to be that you could run an independent bookstore just on life. but you can't anymore. you have to be business minded first and foremost because you're not going to get any of the rest of it unless
at the box office. "les mis" starring anne hathaway, hugh jackman, and russell crowe, had a strong opening. taking in a better-than-expected $17 million. ticket sales are up about 6% compared to last year. can't wait to see that one. >>> finally, if your christmas dessert just wasn't enough, well look what just rolled in. this, my friends, is the creation of a belgian chocolate company. the world's longest vintage chocolate steam train. did i mention it's chocolate. 110 feet of it. solid, nothing hollow. >> all that chocolate? >> it's all chocolate. not hollow. i don't know. it looks like it's mixed. >> is this the world's longest solid chocolate train? >> yes. 110 feet of it. >> is there a record? has there been a long-standing record? >> you know what? we'll answer that on "gma live!" how about that? >> way to go, paula. >> very nice. very nice. >>> upping the ante for rachel smith. >> yeah. >> how are you, rachel? >> good morning, guys. happy belated christmas to you. to follow-up your statement, sam, we have big news coming from jessica simpson. >> oh. >> we do, indeed. the singer, act
to do it live. >> they had to do it live. not everything. russell crowe has a bit of a rough time. >> very quickly before you go what's going to win best picture and best holiday move. >> "zero dark thirty" and the christmas coalarol from 1939. >> bad santa. >> what a shocker. >> what a shock. thank you both. merry christmas, guys. >>> watching his grandson wasn't a big stretch. we'll hear from billy did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread? here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >>> there's way that we talk to our kids. for instance where you would say no we would say consider the consequences. or where you would say don't, we would say, maybe you should try this. see, that way the child feels that he
, a contemporary indian, an indian of these times to identify with. >> osgood: back in 1973, russell means confronted the injustices done to his people. by leading armed protests across south dakota. a landmark moment for the american indian movement. >> monticello is the picture on our cover this week. >> osgood: when we launched sunday morning in 19679, richard threlkeld delivered our cover story. week in and week out. >> progress is not inevitable and the melting pot doesn't always melt very well. >> reporter: richard reported the facts, yes, but what a way he had with words. what a way leroy niemann had with a brush, an artist as colorful as his canvases. he painted the good life and the sporting life. (phone ringing). >> madison manor, oscar the beautiful speaking. >> osgood: in the odd couple jack includingman was everybody's image of a slofnly sports writer. his oscar was a lovable grouch. >> the legendary hector macho comacho. >> reporter: if ever a fighter was deserving of his nickname it was hector macho. he was famous for his speed and his style. alex carrus showed both speed an
, where very few people pay attention to anything that goes on out there in seattle, you've got russell wilson who is phenomenal, just phenomenal. >> oh, what he did yesterday to take that team into soldier field because they're jostling with the packers at the top of their division, and they're now in position to get to the postseason, highly unlikely if it happens, and russell wilson, simply because he's 5'11", was drafted in round three, if he was any taller, he'd have gone higher. and he's proving that maybe we just don't assume that anyone under 6'3", 6'2", 6'4", isn't a desirable quarterback. drew brees has been doing it for years. but still the scouts think you have to be taller. >> putting together an incredible season. leigh, are you a jets fan? >> i don't want to say this, but i'm an eagles fan. >> oh, i'm so sorry. i knew there was a reason you were a little quiet over there. there's not much to say. >> i know. i know. i know. >> they're struggling a bit. >> yeah. >> the jets, they finally made the move. they put mark sanchez on the bench, but tim tebow was not available. >>
of of weeks that they will not accept any deal that keeps tax rates for the wealthy. >> russell burma is a staff writer for the hill. thank you. >> thank you. >> and you can go to our website c-span.org to read the letter that the president wrote to house rubble can survey. journal" iston goura live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c- span. the greatest threat to national and economic security is dependent on foreign oil according to a new survey. -- report. >> this weekend on c-span 3, the city prepares to mark the dropping of the atomic bomb in 1945. >> everybody has their own view of what happened. i do not want to argue. i think we are past that. my whole purpose for being here is to honor the dead and listen to to to accommodate what i can to say this as the happen again. >> we will be joined in washington to discuss meetings. >> the members of congress were told -- the committee also heard from advocacy groups in this hearing. >> the committee on oversight and government reform will come to order. this hearing on 1 in 88 children looks into the federal response of rising rates will come
russell. they're sweet, sweet pups. >> steve: what was his name? >> gretchen: spike. >> steve: there you go. >> brian: spike would never have done that. not the spike i know. >> gretchen: unfortunately he got run over. >> brian: how old was he? >> gretchen: one. >> brian: did the guy stop? >> gretchen: it was very, very sad. let's go to weather. >> brian: all right. >> steve: i'm too depressed. >> brian: right. >> steve: let's take a look at where it's raining today. as you can see, we got rain in the northeast down through the mid atlantic and the gulf coast and the pacific coast as well, another soaker in northern california. come on over. meanwhile, real cold up in the northern plains around the great lakes, 28 now in chicago. 30s in the mid plains states. 40s and 50s throughout the northeast and then 60s along the gulf coast. later today, on this wednesday, it's going to be a beautiful day in florida. look at that. tampa's daytime high on the west coast, looks like probably 80. going to be cooler here in new york city than we had yesterday. we were in the 60s. 54 the daytime high. 41
. he and a woman were found tied up in the middle of the road on the 900 block of russell street around 830 sunday night. investigators say the suspects in custody shot read and the neck before dumping the two victims industry. the female victim remains in the hospital this morning and is expected to survive. 948 and we want to get a look at the weather and traffic. >> we have several hot spots right now. normally as we start to approach the 10:00 hour it starts to call down. it is not the case this morning. the east bay has a hot spot on highway 680. northbound at all cost of. emergency crews are still dealing with an overturn accident. the two left lanes of shut down right in here, you can see traffic is moving around 25 mi. an hour. both northbound and southbound traffic are jammed between san ramon and dublin. also trouble on highway 283 daly city. an injury accident southbound to 80 at hickey, the two lands closed there. the southbound ride coming out of daly city headed toward san bruno is going extra slow. the vehicle fire working at the san mateo bridge toll plaza. this is a liv
of the seattle seahawks, russell wilson is having insane year. >> unbelievable. >> amazing. sorry. the big question i think isn't whether an appointment -- the appointment is a big deal because obviously like you said it's a big day for tim scott but it's also a big deal when you have african-american senators in this country. this is not something that happens that often and more often than not it's by appointment. >> and before that the only one was roland burris who briefly served. before that a man named barack obama and before that -- and then there was everbrooks before her. the big question is -- can he get -- is it -- you're from south carolina. and i'm getting a little ahead of myself but he'll now have the advantage of incumbency which is, are we at a point where tim scott could win statewide office in the state like south carolina? >> in full disclosure, i helped with the green petr candidate that ran for the senate against demint and alvin green. i think tim scott could get a significant amount of black votes. like white voters voted for j.c. watts, white folks will vote for pe
in the nfl. seven rookie quarterbacks, started in week 13 across the league. rg3, andrew luck and russell wilson are leading the rise of the rookies and have high hopes of reaching the postseason. >> you can't come in and say we just want to win seven games, just be competitive. no. you can't come out and say you want to be competitive. you want to conquer. peyton manning went 3-13 his first year in the nfl. does that mean the rookies have th that excuse? it doesn't matter. we have to come out and win. >> reporter: robert griffin iii could be in the discussion for the league's most valuable player award. >> rg3! >> reporter: there's little doubt where a franchise that struggled on the field for 0 years would be without him. brian todd, cnn, washington. >> 80 years is a long time. >> it sure is. >> an image that captured the world's attention. a new york police officer giving a homeless man a pair of boots. there's a twist to the story now. >> the story that keeps on giving. >> and ashton kutcher's new role as apple founder steve jobs. what do you think? >> he looks the part. >> if you put
.9%. russell 2,000 did very well. it was up by better than 12%. we'll continue to watch this closely today. the one group that you might see interested in seeing a drop in some of these nebs today would be any fun manager who is interested in trying to make sure his fund beats the market performance. if you see a big dip today, it's good news for those people. >> i see a lot of people who say if there is a drop, they think they'll be jumping in to pick up the pieces. i'm not sure how far things could end up falling. >> and it's not just today, it's beyond that. take a look at oil. right now, oil down by about 25 cents. $90.55. and the ten-year notoriety now is yielding 1.711%. the dollar has been hanging in there, too. the dollar is up against the euro and the yen today. right now, the euro is at $131.93. and gold prices, go the gold has at this point gone up about $8.90, $1,664.80 an ounce. by the way, we have jim o'neill coming up in just a moment. we also have pimco's mow hammel el-erian. >>> steve sedgwick is standing by in london right now. how are things standing by there? >> it's a
with him for many years. also want to thank senator carden, senator russell, senator alexander. we have had numerous meetings. as we have seen this looming crisis appear on the horizon. right now, the country's attention and that of the media is on the fiscal cliff, and i understand that. economy of the nation and the world may be at stake here. i think that sooner or later, there will be some kind of an agreement. will we are talking about here is a fundamental change in the ruling, the possibility of a fundamental change in the way the senate does business peeping basically changing the rules of the senate from either 60 votes, sometimes 67, to 51 votes, which would make as no different than the house of representatives, and of course would reduce us in many respects not to irrelevance in the minority party. here is the problem. on one side, the majority leader and the democrats are frustrated by their inability to move forward with legislation. every time there is an opposition to a motion to proceed, which takes days and then they proceed, and that has made the united states congress --
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